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Checking the changes to the admin page, I noticed that Zero (MegaManZer0) and Trigger (PurifierUnit) were removed as admins - was that intentional? ;o
Yeah, they've been inactive for about a year.
Ah. They've been fairly inactive on the wiki, but they're still very active on the game's Discord server (discord.gg/20xx)
Also, curious - would it be possible to get a wiki set up like this for the game's recently-released sequel, 30XX? I know the Fandom-style wikis look very different, so it'd be preferable to keep it to the existing style if possible to have the two wikis look the same.
Not like this. I believe we decided to just keep it to this one wiki previously?
Also, this wiki will eventually (later this year) be changed to a new style as well so maybe it would make more sense to set up a separate wiki for 30XX at that point.
I don't believe we agreed on one way or the other. My comments on the #20xx-wiki-discussion channel on the Discord was met with an inconclusive response either way. I feel like it'd be a better idea to keep them seperate, as I feel it would be weird for people looking for 30XX information to go to a 20XX domain. I feel it makes more sense when the sequel is named similarly (ex: Spelunky 2) but in this case, not so much.
Also, from the update post, I was under the impression that the Fandom-style wikis were being updated to use and look like the newer MediaWiki system (which the Gamepedia-style wikis were already using), not the other way around. Am I wrong?
I feel like it'd be a better idea to get it sorted earlier rather than later though - one of the annoying things about 20XX is that I no longer remember *exactly* which pre-1.0 versions added which augments, as I only started noting that down post-release. I feel like it'd be cool to have a history section for all the 30XX augments, showing how they change between each version. Kinda hard to do that when the versions are in the past, unable to be (easily) seen again.
> Also, from the update post, I was under the impression that the Fandom-style wikis were being updated to use and look like the newer MediaWiki system (which the Gamepedia-style wikis were already using), not the other way around. Am I wrong?
Yeah, that was the first step. The next step is a design change for both Fandom and Gamepedia wikis.
As such, if you want to create a new wiki, you can do that on the Fandom side. It will just require theming it twice - once now, and an update when the new skin comes out.